This past week I gave interviews on two podcasts.
The first is with my colleague, Isaac Morehouse, and we had a fun conversation on comments, criticism, and call-out culture. We discussed a variety of things ranging from why I chose to turn off the comments on my blog to why criticism often hurts the critic more than the creator. At the end of the episode, Isaac put me on the spot and asked me to do a Stephen A. Smith impersonation. I’ve got some work to do to polish up my act, but I don’t think it was too shabby. You can listen to our conversation by playing the link embedded below or you can check it out on SoundCloud, iTunes, and Stitcher.
The second interview I did was with Carren Smith on the meaning of life, happiness, and following your dreams. I shared my ideas on psychological choreography and why it’s just as important to let your dreams follow you as it is to follow your dreams.
You can listen to my conversation with Carren by clicking here.
Also, if you haven’t already seen it via my speaker page, here’s the video footage of a recent talk I gave at the Voice & Exit Conference in Austin, Texas.